Re: Bug: "before first headline" error when adding clock out note [9.4.6 (9.4.6-dist @ /home/wenlong/org-9.4.6/lisp/)]

2021-06-27 Thread Dave D
Thank you so much for the quick fix. On 28/06/2021, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Hello, > > Dave D writes: > >> It seems the error is caused by function >> org-clock-remove-empty-clock-drawer called by org-clock-out-hook >> >> I have removed that function f

Re: org-agenda no longer clocks out then in

2021-06-27 Thread Dave D
this commit https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit/8e3e2f667f0b28b85845204b708c3f0aebc9152b probably fixes the issue. Could you perhaps give it a test?

Re: Bug: "before first headline" error when adding clock out note [9.4.6 (9.4.6-dist @ /home/wenlong/org-9.4.6/lisp/)]

2021-06-25 Thread Dave D
It seems the error is caused by function org-clock-remove-empty-clock-drawer called by org-clock-out-hook I have removed that function from the hook for now as a workaround.

Re: org-agenda no longer clocks out then in

2021-06-25 Thread Dave D
seems related to a bug I reported a few days ago. link to my bug report: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2021-06/msg00506.html the bug is basically that we you have org-log-note-clock-out set to t, an error "before first headline" would occur when you clock out, thus blocking

getting "before first headline at position xxx in buffer *Org Note*" when clocking out

2021-06-23 Thread Dave D
Hi all, I recently started getting the message "before first headline at position xxx in buffer *Org Note*" when clocking out items. After much frustration and testing I've summarized these steps to reproduce the issue. 1. Download https://orgmode.org/org-9.4.6.tar.gz and extract to ~/org-9.4.6

clock doesn't respect org-id-link-to-org-use-id

2021-06-18 Thread Dave D
Hi All, I use org-mode clock table to generate report for the tasks I clocked. The header of my clock table looks like this: #+BEGIN: clocktable :block 2021-06-18 :scope agenda :maxlevel 5 :fileskip0 t :link t I have :link t so that I can jump to a task directly from the clock table. I have

[PATCH] etc/ORG-NEWS: Announce clocktable per-file time percentages (':formula %')

2021-05-01 Thread Alan D. Salewski
stien Sure thing; included below. 8< * etc/ORG-NEWS: New entry announcing clocktable calculation and display of per-file time percentages, when ':formula %' is used. TINYCHANGE Signed-off-by: Alan D. Salewski --- etc/ORG-NEWS | 17 + 1 file changed, 17 insertions(+) d

Re: Concerns about community contributor support

2021-04-29 Thread D
nteract on many other > places (SO, reddit and others). I'm not sure sure whether it is about mixing with development personally, but I think my point is largely addressed by updates.orgmode.org. Cheers, D.

Re: Concerns about community contributor support

2021-04-29 Thread D
or them? This would also allow for a greater deal of automation in the way we deal with patches. Cheers, D.

[PATCH] org-clock.el: clocktable ':formula %' now includes per-file time pct

2021-02-06 Thread Alan D. Salewski
. TINYCHANGE Signed-off-by: Alan D. Salewski --- lisp/org-clock.el | 20 ++-- 1 file changed, 18 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) diff --git a/lisp/org-clock.el b/lisp/org-clock.el index cfd112ec3..8e91609c2 100644 --- a/lisp/org-clock.el +++ b/lisp/org-clock.el @@ -2697,7 +2697,18

[PATCH] org-clock.el: clocktable ':formula %' now includes per-file time pct

2021-01-31 Thread Alan D. Salewski
. TINYCHANGE Signed-off-by: Alan D. Salewski --- lisp/org-clock.el | 20 ++-- 1 file changed, 18 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) diff --git a/lisp/org-clock.el b/lisp/org-clock.el index cfd112ec3..8e91609c2 100644 --- a/lisp/org-clock.el +++ b/lisp/org-clock.el @@ -2697,7 +2697,18

Re: [PATCH] Re: Re: Re: org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-09-08 Thread D
g-forward-heading-same-level works overall, in a "principle of least astonishment" sort of way. I would agree with Ihor that it does reflect the docstring better this way. Best regards, D.

Re: [PATCH] Re: Re: Re: org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-09-07 Thread D
> Then, can as well use `mapcar', or even simply manual loop over line > positions. How about this? >From 2324d745f12fe8e8d4f7864307eb55c46fc49504 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: "D. Williams" Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2020 14:13:12 +0200 Subject: [PATCH] org.el: let heading navigati

Re: [PATCH] Re: Re: Re: org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-09-06 Thread D
ible with previous > emacsen, right? Hmm, looking at the oldest available ELPA release (seq-1.0, 2015), seq-every-p should be fully backwards-compatible. The current package itself also has a fallback option for Emacs versions <25, so that should be fine. Cheers, D [1] https://github.com/TonCherAmi/org-starless

[PATCH] Re: Re: Re: org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-08-30 Thread D
to check the text bit of a heading first, which is useful for the cases where the predicate returns t and makes no difference otherwise. I again ran the tests and it seems ready to go. Cheers, D. >From 9ae3dd4b73b2b9b41244bb7f9c610ed3f4777398 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: "D. Williams&qu

Re: [PATCH] Re: Re: org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-08-28 Thread D
removes any relevant slowdown. But I'd really only recommend going that far if necessary, given it adds a random magic number. Thoughts? Cheers, D.

[PATCH] Re: Re: org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-08-28 Thread D
Skipping partially visible headlines would be a violation of the > docstring. Good point! I think this would be a more or less reasonable patch, then. Cheers, D. >From 4c0f638104f689780de317af5f715384152459bd Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: "D. Williams" Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020

[PATCH] Re: org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-08-26 Thread D
> I guess it is simply because nobody though that the leading stars can be > hidden via fontification. > > I think the whole issue can be fixed by changing the call to > org-invisible-p inside org-forward-heading-same-level. org-invisible-p > has an optional third argument to ignore text hidden

org-forward-heading-same-level and the invisible-ok argument

2020-08-25 Thread D
elegant than the approach I came up? Cheers, D.

Re: Feature request: Footnotes immediately following the paragraph when exported ($)

2020-05-23 Thread D. C. Toedt
Thanks for the response, Bastien. No one has answered up, suggesting that there's not widespread interest. On Sat, May 23, 2020 at 4:29 AM Bastien wrote: > Hi, > > "D. C. Toedt" writes: > > > For an ongoing pro bono project, it would be nice if there we

Feature request: Footnotes immediately following the paragraph when exported ($)

2020-04-22 Thread D. C. Toedt
"—meanwhile, reveals that Pruitt, in addition to the $20,000/month CIP development license, purchased two other "Cloud Services:" *[remainder of text omitted]* I've just (re)checked the manual <https://orgmode.org/org.html#Creating-Footnotes> but didn't see this feature. A Google se

org-superstar is now available on MELPA

2020-03-08 Thread D
Hi all, as the subject suggests, I am happy to announce that org-superstar-mode is now available on MELPA! :) repo: https://github.com/integral-dw/org-superstar-mode package: https://melpa.org/#/org-superstar Cheers, D.

[PATCH] Re: org-hide-eading-stars-before-indent-mode

2020-02-19 Thread D
for setting the variable locally to `t' instead of the original value. I attached the patch, which I hope is the correct format. I'm still a bit new to this, my apologies if I cause any unnecessary work. Regards, D. >From d3390eb442bccef476fa2514d4078b9f8e9d978a Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 Fr

org-hide-leading-stars-before-indent-mode

2020-02-19 Thread D
r use (kill-local-variable 'org-hide-leading-stars) or (setq-local org-hide-leading-stars (default-value 'org-hide-leading-stars)) for the same effect. Cheers, D.

Documentation: Side effects of org-entry-properties and others

2020-02-17 Thread D
. Sadly, I have no overview over the scope of this issue, so I do not know whether my suggestion is unrealistic (for example, because it would mean adding warnings practically everywhere). Regards, D.

Re: Weird face behavior with org-hide-emphasis-markers enabled

2020-02-12 Thread D
"))) (add-text-properties (1- end) end '(invisible org-link))) Hope that is helpful, D.

Re: Weird face behavior with org-hide-emphasis-markers enabled

2020-02-12 Thread D
Hi, On 12.02.20 18:24, Bastien wrote: > I can reproduce this issue but I have no clue what can be wrong in > Org. Perhaps you can submit this to emacs-de...@gnu.org. Very strange indeed. In that case I'll try poking around the code a bit more (I think there is a lot I can learn from

Re: [org-inlinetask] Inquiry of opinion from all users

2020-02-11 Thread D
will most likely add very few things on my own and keep an eye on potential requests. I am aware there were a couple of suggestions on org-bullets' original GitHub, which I will try to address thoroughly. Cheers, D.

[org-inlinetask] Inquiry of opinion from all users

2020-02-07 Thread D
, suppose your headeline bullets would cycle through (1), (2), (3), (4). Now suppose org-inlinetask-min-level was 6. Should ** be rendered as (1)(1) (that is, as the *first* inlinetask) or (2)(2) (that is, like a level 6 (mod 4) headline)? Thank you in advance, D.

Re: Weird face behavior with org-hide-emphasis-markers enabled

2020-02-04 Thread D
-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.24.13) of 2019-12-10 Org mode version 9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-65-g5e4542) minimal setup: (setq org-hide-emphasis-markers t) (set-face-attribute 'org-code nil :box '(:line-width 1)) an example file mwe.org: ~sample text~ This reproduces the issue reliably. Cheers, D.

Weird face behavior with org-hide-emphasis-markers enabled

2020-02-04 Thread D
Hi all, maybe I overlooked something in the archives, but I can't find this issue having been brought up yet. org-hide-emphasis-markers has a strange interaction with faces like org-code: when trying to draw a box around an emphasized expression it does not draw the right border. Cheers, D.

Re: A new, "org-bullets"-like minor mode

2020-02-04 Thread D
> > I would like to take a try too. Hope it is lightweight enough. Don't invoked > lot of time. > I have not yet optimized the package, but experience no issues. The package is currently in the process of being reviewed for MELPA. If you (or anyone else) would like to contribute a large,

Re: A new, "org-bullets"-like minor mode

2020-02-02 Thread D
> I haven't looked at the code yet but would it make sense for your new > mode just being renamed to "org-bullet" instead? Do you expect that > some current users won't want to update? I have been considering that, but decided against replacing org-bullets (or calling the package something akin

Re: Strangely recognized non-lists and non-headers.

2020-02-02 Thread D
> You need to escape them with commas. Ah, I overlooked that because I did not check the manual whether leading stars are escaped automatically and just assumed it, sorry. Thanks a lot! Though, there is one minor thing I noticed: Leading stars are valid comment symbols in Fortran, as long as

Re: Strangely recognized non-lists and non-headers.

2020-02-02 Thread D
tried that out, but it still seems to recognize source code as headlines, replacing the predicate does not change the behavior. It seems to be something more deeply rooted than that, I mean, otherwise org mode wouldn't try to collapse those fake-headlines when hitting TAB, either. Regards, D.

Strangely recognized non-lists and non-headers.

2020-02-02 Thread D
Hi all, while debugging org-superstar-mode I noticed something very strange, and I am not sure if it's a bug in org or a bug in my understanding of org. First off, an MWE for Org mode version 9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-65-g5e4542): #+BEGIN_SRC C /* * This is a header? + this + is * a

org-superstar-mode: A re-imagining of org-bullets with new features

2020-02-01 Thread D
Hi, thank you two for your encouragement! Here is the link to the new project: https://github.com/dw-github-mirror/org-superstar-mode/ Fair warning though, I am still in the process of debugging. Cheers, D.

Re: A new, "org-bullets"-like minor mode

2020-02-01 Thread D
n to come off as rude making a still rather derivative mode like that without trying to get the guy's blessing. I am likely overthinking the matter. Would it be appropriate to share the link here? I think it would be great to get feedback before trying to get it on melpa. Cheers, D.

A new, "org-bullets"-like minor mode

2020-02-01 Thread D
Hi, in the past two weeks I have been working on a new org minor mode based on org-bullets. Much like org-bullets-mode, the new mode (dubbed "org-superstar-mode" for the time being) visually replaces headline stars with UTF8 bullets. However, while I took the code of org-bullets as an initial

strange/cryptic org variables

2020-01-25 Thread D
Hello, org.el seems to define three weird variables: org-m, org-l and org-f (see below). Two of these variables (l and f) are used exclusively in org-level-face, while m is not used anywhere in the code. They don't appear to be used in the other source files, either. Is there a particular

[O] TOC local for specified heading and its subheadings - now broken?

2018-07-30 Thread D. C. Toedt
#SectionOne But what it produces is a complete table of contents. So let's try adding "local" as a keyword: #+TOC: headlines 2 local :target #SectionOne But that produces no TOC at all. I've got GNU Emacs 26.1 (9.0) installed for Mac OS and the 2018-07-23 update of org-mode. Any suggestio

Re: [O] bug report: + is not escaped in org-link-escape

2017-12-10 Thread D M German
Nicolas Goaziou twisted the bytes to say: Nicolas> Hello, Nicolas> dmg <d...@turingmachine.org> writes: >> org-link-escape only replaces space, [, ], and % >> >> but search in google/gmail is replacing + also. >> >> The simplest solu

[O] org-export-preprocess-apply-macros ?

2017-04-30 Thread D Bro
Is this still a thing? I can’t seem to find it anywhere but a very few online references, no where in the org code, and it doesn’t seem work… https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2011-03/msg00857.html (add-hook 'org-babel-tangle-body-hook (lambda ()

[O] Latex class files in async export?

2017-04-29 Thread D Bro
I have the following definition in my org-mode file: (add-to-list 'org-latex-classes ;; https://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/29694/spacemacs-and-org-mode-configuration-problem '("koma-article" "\\documentclass{scrartcl}"

[O] Viewing tangled source code as source code block result?

2017-04-24 Thread D Bro
I was wondering if there is any simple way of displaying the actual tangled code in the org-mode buffer and resulting exports. One can #+INCLUDE the resulting file, seeing it in the export; one can M-x ffap the #+INCLUDE file to see it in a buffer; one can do a hack like shelling out and

Re: [O] :noweb-ref property inheritance failure?

2017-04-18 Thread D Bro
on it working for you… > On Apr 18, 2017, at 9:47 PM, D Bro <dabro...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Many thanks—especially for the quick response. Unfortunately, no go. > > The headline was a copy and paste issue into the email — my org-lint only > complains about the :classname (I di

Re: [O] :noweb-ref property inheritance failure?

2017-04-18 Thread D Bro
9:04 PM, Charles C. Berry <ccbe...@ucsd.edu> wrote: > > On Tue, 18 Apr 2017, D Bro wrote: > >> Both 26.0 and 25.1 on OS X 10.12 via homebrew, using the Spacemacs >> configuration. >> > >> I recently tried the weaving technique from >> http://or

[O] :noweb-ref property inheritance failure?

2017-04-18 Thread D Bro
Both 26.0 and 25.1 on OS X 10.12 via homebrew, using the Spacemacs configuration. I recently tried the weaving technique from http://orgmode.org/manual/noweb_002dref.html#noweb_002dref : * Create #+NAME: TestDemo2 #+BEGIN_SRC java

Re: [O] Bug report: export to HTML does not escape * in example

2017-03-01 Thread D M German
Hi Charles, everybody, >> I am running a babel script that generates, as one of its line * in the >> front: >> >> ​#+BEGIN_SRC sh >> echo "* Hello" >> #+END_SRC >> >> #+RESULTS: >> #+begin_example >> * Hello >> #+end_example >> >> ​In that case, should babel be the one escaping

Re: [O] bug report: ox-html with coderef links needs a space between attributes in element (with patch)

2017-01-24 Thread D M German
Nicolas Goaziou twisted the bytes to say: >> >> ​I am running version 9.0.3 of org. >> >> I believe this patch will solve the issue. It simply adds a space before >> the class attribute. Nicolas> It works but I eventually applied a slightly different patch. Thank you Nicolas> for

Re: [O] function to select text of in a cell of a table

2017-01-03 Thread D M German
Kaushal Modi twisted the bytes to say: Kaushal> Check out this earlier thread: Kaushal> https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2016-05/msg00240.html Kaushal> You probably just need the org-table-mark-field definition from that. thank you both very much. Kaushal, your function is

Re: [O] question about org-coderef-label-format and HTML export

2016-12-07 Thread D M German
Nicolas Goaziou twisted the bytes to say: Nicolas> Hello, Nicolas> dmg <d...@turingmachine.org> writes: >> I was playing with org-coderef-label-format to reference lines of code >> in blocks. >> >> I created a small example that overrides the d

Re: [O] [ox-html] Why are dedicated targets automatically renamed?

2016-10-18 Thread D. C. Toedt
I did a couple of quickie macros to create anchors and links, but that's a pain and clutters up the on-screen display in org-mode. ​​ ​--D. C.​ D. C. Toedt III Attorney & neutral arbitrator <http://www.OnContracts.com/arb-prefs> — tech contracts & IP *(My last name is pronounced

Re: [O] Configurable prefixes for heading-tree numbering in HTML export? ($)

2016-07-30 Thread D. C. Toedt
;; } Definitions Consulting Services Payment Terms General Provisions ==END HTML SNIPPET== Unfortunately, org-mode does not seem to be able to include the CDArticlePrefix="DEFN" attribute text in headings, as opposed to in divs. I appreciate the response. Regards, D. C.

[O] Configurable prefixes for heading-tree numbering in HTML export? ($)

2016-07-28 Thread D. C. Toedt
ittle about elisp and have cobbled together a few simple functions for my own use, but I'm far from being even minimally competent at it. Any ideas for an org-mode elisp solution? ​Thanks in advance, --D. C. D. C. Toedt III *(My last name is pronounced "Tate")* Attorney & arbitrator --

Re: [O] Internal non-PROPERTY links don't export to HTML with the "a" IDs that were assigned

2016-03-28 Thread D. C. Toedt
> So what problems are you seeing (other than that the label looks funny)? The problem is that the label can vary from export to export. EXAMPLE: I added a <> target ID in the paragraph before the paragraph containing <>; the result was that <> now exports as

[O] Internal non-PROPERTY links don't export to HTML with the "a" IDs that were assigned

2016-03-28 Thread D. C. Toedt
he document will break.​​ ​​ ​​I scanned through the documentation but didn't see anything indicating ​that there's a setting to use assigned names instead of "orgtargetNN" ​​ D. C. Toedt III *(My last name is pronounced "Tate")* Attorney & arbitrator -- tech contracts

[O] TOC local for specified heading and its subheadings (in HTML export)?

2015-11-27 Thread D. C. Toedt
Email :END: ​ ​[text of clause]​ ​I'd be happy to make a donation for this. ​ D. C. Toedt III *(My last name is pronounced "Tate")* Attorney & arbitrator -- tech contracts & IP Common Draft <http://www.CommonDraft.org> contract clauses & checklists, annotated O: +1 (71

Re: [O] Exporter aborts upon encountering even one unresolvable link

2015-10-10 Thread D. C. Toedt
t drafter can "order from the menu" and specify any desired variations. The Common Draft project is starting to get some attention in the contract-management community; the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (http://www.IACCM.com), which has around 35,000 members

Re: [O] Exporter aborts upon encountering even one unresolvable link

2015-10-09 Thread D. C. Toedt
the hoops of publishing a project. The new way seems like a giant step backwards; it's likely to be a significant barrier to entry for non-expert users. Can the old way of dealing with unresolvable links be restored, at least as an option? D. C. Toedt III *(My last name is pronounced "Ta

Re: [O] Exporter aborts upon encountering even one unresolvable link

2015-10-07 Thread D. C. Toedt
to get it set up; I've looked into publishing on previous occasions and concluded it was easier just to do a simple HTML export. Other things being equal, #+OPTION options would be easier for non-expert users such as me to work with, than fiddling with the .emacs file. D. C. Toedt III *(My last name

[O] Exporter aborts upon encountering even one unresolvable link

2015-09-24 Thread D. C. Toedt
e --- and have the export abort on a single link. Then I fix that one link, export again, and have it abort again. Repeat. Aaaargg. I started looking at the hooks, as suggested in a message in the previous thread, but I'm not nearly skilled enough in elisp to be able to do anything useful. Any su

Re: [O] Exporter aborts upon encountering even one unresolvable link

2015-09-24 Thread D. C. Toedt
P.S.: Thank heavens for Time Machine. On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 9:50 PM, D. C. Toedt <d...@toedt.com> wrote: > I just updated to 8.3.1 from 8.3beta (from git). That appears to have > been a terrible mistake on my part. > > From this thread > <https://lists.gnu.org/ar

Re: [O] Table of contents for just one section?

2015-03-16 Thread D. C. Toedt
://comments.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/83318). Has that been resolved? I'd like to do a donation. *D. C. Toedt III **(I go by D. C., which stands for Dell Charles; my** last name is pronounced Tate) * Attorney and neutral arbitrator -- tech contracts and intellectual property ​Editor, ​​​Common

Re: [O] [Patch] Fix date-based sorting of tags and tags-todo agenda views

2015-02-09 Thread Yuri D. Lensky
Done. From 64c0ea3d6ac89d8ab12b030b9270ea21599a5c83 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Yuri D. Lensky y...@ydl.cm Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2015 13:37:46 -0500 Subject: [PATCH] Fix timestamp-based sorting of tags-based entries in agenda * lisp/org.el (org-scan-tags): Fix agenda org tags scans to properly

Re: [O] [Patch] Fix date-based sorting of tags and tags-todo agenda views

2015-02-08 Thread Yuri D. Lensky
Done. From 131435ac43d950bad2bb42b92982f498de74a31f Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Yuri D. Lensky y...@ydl.cm Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2015 13:37:46 -0500 Subject: [PATCH] Fix timestamp-based sorting of tags-based entries in agenda * lisp/org.el (org-scan-tags): Fix agenda org tags scans to properly

[O] [Patch] Fix date-based sorting of tags and tags-todo agenda views

2015-02-07 Thread Yuri D Lensky
that I added out into a separate function (as it also appears almost verbatim in org-agenda-get-todos), but I am not sure the conventions or desire for this. From c8a7211639d9c138a3b3dcb7e3ce7c85264580f1 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Yuri D. Lensky y...@ydl.cm Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2015 13:37:46 -0500

[O] [PATCH] ox-html.el: Add exporting of priority

2015-01-09 Thread Zane D. Purvis
* list/ox-html.el (org-html--priority): New function. (org-html-format-headline-default-function): Call `org-html--priority'. (org-html-style-default): Add `.priority'. HTML export previously did not support exporting of priority simply by setting `org-export-with-priority' to `t'. TINYCHANGE

Re: [O] [PATCH] ox-html.el: add exporting of priority

2015-01-09 Thread Zane D. Purvis
Sure thing. Expect a new patch momentarily. Thanks. On Fri, Jan 9, 2015 at 3:20 AM, Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr wrote: Hello, Zane D. Purvis zane.pur...@gmail.com writes: Thanks for the patch. The summary line should be capitalized, i.e., ox-html: Add exporting of priority

[O] [PATCH] ox-html.el: add exporting of priority

2015-01-08 Thread Zane D. Purvis
* list/ox-html.el (org-html--priority): new function (org-html-format-headline-default-function): call `org-html--priority' (org-html-style-default): add `.priority' HTML export previously did not support exporting of priority simply by setting `org-export-with-priority' to `t'. TINYCHANGE ---

[O] [PATCH] ox-html.el: DONE is monospace for consistency

2015-01-08 Thread Zane D. Purvis
* lisp/ox-html.el (org-html-style-default): `.done' gets `font-family: monospace;' Other items on the headline that aren't the text itself are monospaced, including non-DONE todo's. TINYCHANGE --- lisp/ox-html.el | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git

Re: [O] Table of contents for just one section?

2014-10-26 Thread D. C. Toedt
Many thanks! I'll wait till this shows up in the package updater (I've toyed with Git only enough to be dangerous) but am eagerly looking forward to trying it. D. C. (Dell Charles) Toedt III *(my** last name is pronounced Tate) * Attorney and neutral arbitrator -- tech contracts

Re: [O] Table of contents for just one section?

2014-10-20 Thread D. C. Toedt
The local keyword would be great. Right now I'm interested only in HTML export -- I can use Pandoc to convert to anything else. Thanks! D. C. (Dell Charles) Toedt III *(my** last name is pronounced Tate) * Attorney and neutral arbitrator -- tech contracts and intellectual property Lecturer

[O] Table of contents for just one section?

2014-10-15 Thread D. C. Toedt
section *** Statements of work *** Changes to statements of work *** No obligation to agree to statement of work *** Sales of goods* {{{SUBTOC}}} etc. Any suggestions? Regards, and thanks in advance, --D. C. D. C. (Dell Charles) Toedt III *(my** last name is pronounced Tate) * Attorney

[O] Is it possible to export Org properties as ODT user defined fields?

2014-09-22 Thread Kevin D. Robbins
I would like to export some Org document properties as ODT user defined fields for use in ODT templates. For example, it would be great if something like #+ODT_FIELD: FOO:17 BAR:Hello, world! in the Org document exported the following user defined fields in the content.xml.

[O] Get :PROPERTY: value from drawer in other heading during HTML export?

2014-09-12 Thread D. C. Toedt
-VOTE: Affiliate status from voting control -- pushback from the other side is: Unlikely. ==END== Thanks in advance, --D. C. *D*ell *C*harles D. C. Toedt III *(my** last name is pronounced Tate) * Attorney and neutral arbitrator -- tech contracts and intellectual property Lecturer, University

Re: [O] Get :PROPERTY: value from drawer in other heading during HTML export?

2014-09-12 Thread D. C. Toedt
Beautiful -- thanks! Is there any documentation I can read to get a sense of how things work? I've done a little bit of browsing inside org.el and its comments, but that seems like it's not the most effective way to get up to speed. Regards, --D. C. *D*ell *C*harles D. C. Toedt III *(my

[O] Get headline number w/o link?

2014-07-12 Thread D. C. Toedt
but it doesn't work: #+MACRO: HL-NUM (eval (org-export-get-headline-number (org-get-heading nil nil)) nil) I'm a cargo-cult programmer at best and am just scratching the surface of Lisp and emacs Lisp. Thanks in advance. Regards, --D. C. *D*ell *C*harles D. C. Toedt III *(my** last name

Re: [O] Tables of contents for individual sections wanted -- will donate

2014-06-30 Thread D. C. Toedt
chapter or section and every time I edited a heading title. On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 1:40 PM, Ian Barton li...@wilkesley.net wrote: On 29/06/14 19:51, D. C. Toedt wrote: at http://www.CommonDraft.org, and plan to expand and maintain it. QUESTION: I'm currently using a single, multi

Re: [O] Tables of contents for individual sections wanted -- will donate

2014-06-30 Thread D. C. Toedt
programmer. Thanks, --D. C.

[O] Tables of contents for individual sections wanted -- will donate

2014-06-29 Thread D. C. Toedt
it's not something I could undertake at this juncture. Regards, --D. C. *D*ell *C*harles D. C. Toedt III *(my** last name is pronounced Tate) * Attorney and neutral arbitrator -- tech contracts and intellectual property ​Editor, ​​​Common Draft http://www.commondraft.org/ project: Model

Re: [O] Include heading title in HTML section-number cross-reference, like LaTex \nameref?

2014-02-09 Thread D. C. Toedt
wrote: Hello, D. C. Toedt d...@toedt.com writes: (Org-mode maintainer [Bastien, still?], can you please let me know if / when this gets implemented in an official release.) I'm not Org's maintainer anymore, I'm just /de facto/ taking decisions in accordance with the other core maintainers

Re: [O] Include heading title in HTML section-number cross-reference, like LaTex \nameref?

2014-02-09 Thread D. C. Toedt
, Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com wrote: D. C. Toedt d...@toedt.com writes: I found a problem when trying this on a bigger file (my book file): If $1 (actually, #$1) is for a link target that doesn't exist, then org-mode goes into its No match - create this as a new heading? (y or n

[O] Include heading title in HTML section-number cross-reference, like LaTex \nameref?

2014-02-08 Thread D. C. Toedt
a href=#IntroTechContractsIntroduction to Technology Contracts/a. Is that currently doable? *D. C. Toedt III * *(my** last name is pronounced Tate) * Attorney and neutral arbitrator -- tech contracts and intellectual property d...@toedt.com LinkedIn: dctoedt http://www.linkedin.com/in/dctoedt

Re: [O] Include heading title in HTML section-number cross-reference, like LaTex \nameref?

2014-02-08 Thread D. C. Toedt
That works -- please email me privately with where to send the $100 via PayPal. Thanks! (Org-mode maintainer [Bastien, still?], can you please let me know if / when this gets implemented in an official release.) Regards, D. C. *D. C. Toedt III * *(my** last name is pronounced Tate

Re: [O] Include heading title in HTML section-number cross-reference, like LaTex \nameref?

2014-02-08 Thread D. C. Toedt
I found a problem when trying this on a bigger file (my book file): If $1 (actually, #$1) is for a link target that doesn't exist, then org-mode goes into its No match - create this as a new heading? (y or n) routine. That causes the rest of the export to fail. It'd be better if get-title could

[O] HTML export -- footnote section -- blank lines between footnote number and footnote text

2013-09-25 Thread D. C. Toedt
nil) '(org-html-footnote-format [%s]) In the .org file itself: #+STARTUP: nofnadjust indent showstars QUESTION: Is this a bug in the code, or a PICNIC problem (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_error)? -- D . C. Toedt III (my last name is pronounced Tate) Attorney and arbitrator

Re: [O] HTML export -- footnote section -- blank lines between footnote number and footnote text

2013-09-25 Thread D. C. Toedt
definition:/b This defined term is available for use in, for example, attorneys' fees clauses, limitations of liability, and the like. /p/div ==END HTML== -- D . C. Toedt III (my last name is pronounced Tate) Attorney and arbitrator -- contracts and intellectual property d...@toedt.com

Re: [O] conflict load of epresent - org mode 8.0.3

2013-05-30 Thread d . tchin
Hi, I just updated the require statements in epresent.el. https://github.com/eschulte/epresent/blob/master/epresent.el I'm not sure what epresent-org.el is. For your information, Sacha Chua on her blog has given a short description of EPresent accessible on the following link

[O] overview of org files

2013-05-29 Thread D M German
Hi everybody, here is a small contribution to the org project. It is a dashboard of org files in your main org directory. It shows, in a table, each of the org files, including its title (#+TITLE: field) and the filename. Date Title Filename

Re: [O] conflict load of epresent - org mode 8.0.3

2013-05-23 Thread d . tchin
Hi, If the intention is to use epresent with org file, is it necessary to put the following instructions in epresent.el and epresent-org.el? (require 'ox) (require 'ox-latex) I suppose that when a org file is loaded, this library and corresponding are already loaded, so these intructions may

Re: [O] performance of exporting large tables

2013-05-21 Thread D M German
Nicolas Goaziou twisted the bytes to say: Nicolas Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes: I am going to have a look at this. Nicolas I pushed a commit caching the results of some table functions. Export of Nicolas large tables should be a lot faster (I get 6 s now; it was 90 s

[O] conflict load of epresent - org mode 8.0.3

2013-05-17 Thread d . tchin
Hi, This post to report a problem about epresent and new version of org mode. I have just tried to update from releas 7.9.2 to 8.0.3 and I encountered several problems that are partially solved by the description of the changes due to the actual export and new name conventions. From time to

Re: [O] performance of exporting large tables

2013-05-17 Thread D M German
Hi Suvayu, Suvayu Hi Daniel, Suvayu On Thu, May 16, 2013 at 01:24:10PM -0700, D M German wrote: If interested, I can make the table available. Suvayu A working example that reproduces the issue always helps. If you could Suvayu post the table (of course after removing sensitive

[O] performance of exporting large tables

2013-05-16 Thread D M German
hi everybody, I have a table with 15 columns and 500 rows. One of the columns is a URL. org-mode is hanging while exporting the table. It does not seem to crash, but it is taking a significant amount of time. The worst part is that it does not appear to be linear. 80 rows - 17 seconds 160 rows

[O] LaTex / PDF export doesn't hyphenate

2013-05-03 Thread D. C. Toedt
[english]{babel} and #+LATEX_HEADER: \usepackage[english=hyphenation]{babel} All suggestions gratefully received. *--* * * *D. C. Toedt III * | IP and contracts lawyer for tech companies | Houston (Central time) My last name is pronounced Tate | E: d...@toedt.com | O: +1 (713) 364-6545

Re: [O] Small tutorial on how to use Perl within org

2013-03-11 Thread D M German
Hi Tom, Thomas S Dye twisted the bytes to say: [...] http://turingmachine.org/~dmg/emacs/examplePerl.org Tom Nice. Tom It would be great to use this document as the basis of ob-doc-perl. Tom Perl is one of about 20 languages that need to be documented at Tom

[O] Small tutorial on how to use Perl within org

2013-03-09 Thread D M German
hi everybody, I have created a small document that describes how to use perl within org. Hopefully others will find it useful: http://turingmachine.org/~dmg/emacs/examplePerl.org --dmg -- Daniel M. German http://turingmachine.org/ http://silvernegative.com/ dmg (at) uvic (dot) ca replace

Re: [O] [PATCH] bug in expansion of variables in babel Perl

2013-02-25 Thread D M German
Achim Gratz twisted the bytes to say: Hi Achim, thanks for taking the time to do this. I applied the patch, one of the hunks didn't apply due to Eric's changes, but that is not an issue, since they do the same: -- diff

Re: [O] bug in expansion of variables in babel Perl

2013-02-25 Thread D M German
Achim Eric Schulte writes: Are you familiar with `org-babel-expand-src-block' bound to C-c C-v v? Achim I wasn't, obviously, and neither was the OP. If I understand the desire correctly, it should be what you're after. Perhaps an option to raise the expanded source code buffer along

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